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"We shot overnight for two weeks in December in a mud pit in Sonora during the coldest temperatures of the year," remembers Billy Chase Goforth. "The location was a dry pond, but we had rain just before the shoot, so it turned to slick mud. We had a cast and crew of 50 out there trying to stay warm in 10-15 degree weather. In the dark. Cameras were freezing up. We were running gas heaters just off camera to keep the actors a little more comfortable."

FAQ

‘Door in the Woods’

WHEN — 8:30 p.m. Sept. 15

WHERE — Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville

COST — One-day pass Friday, $20

INFO — fayettevillefilmfest.org

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